I shoot in Adobe RGB. When I prepare an image for display on my website I convert it to a JPEG file in the sRGB color space. Why? Because I've always read that sRGB is best for the web. However, when I convert the file from Adobe RGB to sRGB, the colors always appear to fade. To counteract this I have to go back into the file and boost contrast, saturation and other parameters and reconvert the file until it looks "about right" in sRGB. (It's never exactly right.) This is a nuisance and a big waste of time and effort. If I convert the file to a JPEG in the Adobe RGB space it looks fine. Is there really a compelling reason NOT to upload the Adobe RGB version of the file to the web? Thanks in advance for your responses!